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Hi,

Is it possible to add/asign a page break to a paragraph style? I.e. I have a headings paragraph style, and would like to have an auto page break before each heading.

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 09, 2020 Feb 09, 2020
You should be able to do that with Keep Options in your paragraph style. Read about it in this Help file: https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/formatting-paragraphs.html#control_paragraph_breaks_using_keep_options I think you need the Start Paragraph options.

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You should be able to do that with Keep Options in your paragraph style. Read about it in this Help file:

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/formatting-paragraphs.html#control_paragraph_breaks_using_kee...

 

I think you need the Start Paragraph options.

 

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Thank you, however this is exactly the kind of 'non-answer' ("go look here!") that this site is riddled with. Not helpful nor does it directly answer the plain common question. 😞

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@brandbryce,

@Steve Werner did indeed give you full information in his first reply: the setting is in the Keep Options portion of the style definitions.

 

He then provided additional references where you could learn more details about the feature.

 

This is a user-to-user forum that's "staffed" by unpaid volunteers. We are not Adobe employees. Rather, we're invited experts who contribute our knowledge to our fellow designers. Behind the scenes, we're advised by Adobe to refer people to online references, including Adobe's help and outside industry websites such as Creative Pro/InDesign secrets.

 

Therefore, your comment is inappropriate and out of line.

 

Bevi Chagnon | PubCom | Designer & Technologist for Accessible Documents
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Hear, hear...

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This article provides some examples and further informaton:

 

https://indesignsecrets.com/keep-options-interact.php

 

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